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    Quinn's?

    I'm not London-based, but having had a wee read through some of the London Hibs thread, I just wondered if I'm missing some sort of tongue in cheek reference to Quinn's? The way it's described on here makes it sound a real cut above most matchday boozers, especailly in relation to the way your meet-ups appear to be centred around fine dining. I must say it all sounds very agreeable


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    Quinn's is the finest establishment in the whole City although strangely missing from all the 'good food' guides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Quinn's is the finest establishment in the whole City although strangely missing from all the 'good food' guides.
    The longer it remains a "hidden secret" the better, the last thing the place needs is party buses full of Man v Food types! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    The longer it remains a "hidden secret" the better, the last thing the place needs is party buses full of Man v Food types! :-)
    100%. I'm a supporter of the dress code as well, standards must be kept up or it'll be overrun with jeans and grey cotton jogging bottoms!
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    Quote Originally Posted by G B Young View Post
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    I'm not London-based, but having had a wee read through some of the London Hibs thread, I just wondered if I'm missing some sort of tongue in cheek reference to Quinn's? The way it's described on here makes it sound a real cut above most matchday boozers, especailly in relation to the way your meet-ups appear to be centred around fine dining. I must say it all sounds very agreeable
    There is an element of light insincerity. Apart from the dress code obviously.

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    Flights booked for October NFL games. Will bring a dinner jacket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLake View Post
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    Flights booked for October NFL games. Will bring a dinner jacket.
    Thatís the spirit. Glad you didnít suggest a tuxedo!!

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    My only experience of Quinn's was the 2-2 game at Tynie.

    I have to say that it has put me off ever even contemplating setting foot in such low-life places as the Ivy and the Dome ever again. The ambience and cordon bleu catering are simply nonpareil.

    However, I am probably barred now, given that I was unable to prevent my son from dancing down the bar when Hanlon scored.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    However, I am probably barred now, given that I was unable to prevent my son from dancing down the bar when Hanlon scored.



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    Yes they certainly do take a dim view of such behaviour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Yes they certainly do take a dim view of such behaviour.
    They took my sausage rolls.... I mean my truffles...away from me and marched me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    They took my sausage rolls.... I mean my truffles...away from me and marched me out.

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    And so they should have!!
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